The 2016/17 PSL season is down to its last games, and one thing no one can argue with is that it has been an entertaining one! The goals that dried up in the first half of the season all came back in the second stanza!
Amid the story on our main site about Chiefs giving Bidvest Wits a guard of honour, supporters had a field day about it. What makes them go wild, though, are the comments of Chiefs' corporate communications manager, Vina Maphosa, who said: "If it is in the Match Running Order, yes we will do that – only the Match Commissioner can confirm that for you."
Stuart Baxter will be hoping to secure his last trophy with SuperSport United, before he joins up with Bafana Bafana, when Matsatsantsa fight for the Nedbank Cup trophy against Orlando Pirates on 24 June.
Mamelodi Sundowns are currently away in Africa as they prepare to take on AS Vita in the CAF Champions League. Masandawana will be hoping to secure three points after their draw against Saint George in their first group stage encounter.
This week, we will finally close the curtain on what has been a most exciting 2016/17 PSL season. The teams played for everything in week 29 as some were gunning for the title, some for the top eight and others fought for their lives in the relegation battle.
Some players stood head and shoulders above others in Wednesday's penultimate ABSA Premiership fixtures, during which Bidvest Wits managed to secure their first league title, as well as in the Nedbank Cup semi-finals on Saturday and Sunday.
Orlando Pirates advanced to the Nedbank Cup final after securing a 1-0 win over Golden Arrows on Sunday. Abbubaker Mobara's first-half goal gave the Buccaneers the edge, and they will now face SuperSport United in the competition's decider.
Kaizer Chiefs’ 2016/17 season has been a rollercoaster ride as the Amakhosi came close to moving to the top of the ABSA Premiership log standings, but they could not survive the knocks along the way to stay at the summit of the table.